New South Wales Government

Official notification of the making of statutory instruments and other legislative events

Week beginning 31 October 2011

(Last updated 4 November 2011 at 11:47)

1 NSW statutory instruments published on the NSW legislation website

Proclamations commencing Acts


Regulations and other statutory instruments

Public Health (Disposal of Bodies) Amendment (Cremation) Regulation 2011 (2011-568) — published LW 4 November 2011

Environmental Planning Instruments

Leeton Local Environmental Plan No 50 (2011-572) — published LW 4 November 2011
Port Macquarie-Hastings Local Environmental Plan 2011 (Amendment No 13) (2011-569) — published LW 4 November 2011
Woollahra Local Environmental Plan 1995 (Amendment No 69) (2011-570) — published LW 4 November 2011
Young Local Environmental Plan 2010 (Amendment No 2) (2011-571) — published LW 4 November 2011

For maps to EPIs that adopt or follow the standard instrument, see the relevant principal instrument in Browse In Force or Search In Force on NSW Legislation.

2 NSW miscellaneous statutory instruments published in the Gazette


For other government instruments and notices see the Gazette.

3 Legislative events relating to NSW

Consultation or Exposure Bills


Bills introduced etc





Bills revised following amendment in Committee


Bills passed by both Houses of Parliament


Acts assented to


For the full text of Bills, and details on the passage of Bills, see the Bills tab on the NSW Parliament website.

Other events

NSW Bills (including Explanatory notes and Consultation drafts) are now available on the NSW legislation website. This is a collection of Bills at all stages of the Parliamentary process (eg First Print, Second Print, Passed by both Houses), of Explanatory notes for Bills as introduced into Parliament and of Consultation drafts of Bills publicly released before introduction. The collection includes all Bills introduced from 2007 onwards. These are static PDF documents and form a permanent archive.

This material will be constantly updated and the addition of new Bills, and updates to Bill information and PDF versions, will usually be completed within 3 days of the relevant Parliamentary event.